As incredible as the sit-down dining is at Walt Disney World, there are also some pretty delicious snacks that you can’t pass up. Here is the list of our six favorite street eats when you are visiting Walt Disney World. What do you think the best snacks are at Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments if you have a favorite treat when visiting the parks!
And this post is part of a Disney series I’m doing on my blog, so make sure you check out the other articles, and let me know if you have any requests in the comments for a different Disney topic!
These are available in Magic Kingdom, at Aloha Isle in Adventureland right by Aladdin’s Magic Carpet ride. You can order ahead on your phone, which I would highly recommend because the line can get crazy long! While the original is great, I do love the vanilla and pineapple swirl, or float! the Outside of the parks, the only other place you can get one of these babies is at the Polynesian Resort at the Pineapple Lanai. You’ll see the walk-up line to the left as you exit the main lobby to walk to the pool. This is also the only place you can get a spiked version. Cheers!
My husband usually eats at least one of these a day when we’re at Disney, and he highly recommends the cheese. And let’s face it, everything tastes better when it’s shaped like Mickey Mouse. You can find these all over at concessions stands in the parks.
They are diet busters and bigger than your head, but they are seriously so good! I always crave them at the end of a long day after the fireworks, and all the bakery shops stay open a little later than the park hours, so they are they perfect thing to munch on for a late-night dessert on the walk or ride back to the hotel. You can find these at Main Street Confectionary on Main Street USA or Big Top Souvenirs by Dumbo in Magic Kingdom, and Goofy’s Candy Company in Disney Springs.
This frozen cocktail is made of Meiomi Rosé and Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and you can find it at pretty much every pool bar at Disney, but I got this one at Geyser Point Bar and Grill at Wilderness Lodge. It’s the perfect adult treat any day of the year. (And while not a snack, the Bison burger and waffle fries there are AMAZING! Thank me later.)
Is it really a trip to Walt Disney World if you don’t have at least one Mickey Mouse chocolate ice cream bar? It’s vanilla ice cream covered in a hard chocolate shell. A simple snack to satisfy any sweet tooth. You can find these from ice cream vendors all around the theme parks.
You’ve got to try the assortment of waffle snacks at Sleepy Hollow in Magic Kingdom, including a strawberry and whipped cream topped Mickey waffle (because if you haven’t realized it by now, everything tastes better Mickey shaped). There’s also a Nutella and fruit waffle, a spicy chicken and waffle sandwich, and an egg and cheese breakfast waffle sandwich. They count as snacks, but are totally filling enough to be a meal!
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And if you’re going to Disney World, I hope you have a magical vacation, and enjoy all those snacks!!!
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All of these look amazing but my fave has to be the Dole Whip! I had no idea there was a spiked version. Thats on the list for the next trip!